Sugar Hill will see two new multi-use developments in the future after the proposed developments were approved at the Monday, Oct. 11, Sugar Hill City Council meeting. The two developments will total 45.482 acres that will contain multi-family residential units, single family attached units, commercial units and office space.
The first development to be approved will be on 29.2 acres at Stanley Street and Peachtree Industrial Boulevard.
NGI Acquisitions LLC submitted plans calling for 269 multi-family residential units, 20 single family townhomes, a 6,250-square-foot, one-story office building and four commercial/retail buildings with those containing two restaurants with drive-thru windows.
The development’s main access point will be on State Route 20/Nelson Brogdon Boulevard along the existing footprint of Stanley Street. Another entrance is planned for Hillcrest Drive for residents and emergency services only.
The multi-family units will be contained in four- and five-story buildings with the largest of the buildings containing the residential amenities. The townhomes, which will also be rentals, will have one- and two-car garages.
The developer is paying to construct the portion of the Hillcrest segment of the Sugar Hill Greenway that will run through the property. The firm must also pay for improvements to the intersection of State Route 20 and Stanley Street, including a right-in-right-out driveway to help ease access to the development’s impact on traffic along State Route 20.
The second development that was approved is to be constructed on 16.282 acres on land at 1450 Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. The Honda Parts Connection currently sits on this parcel of land.
The proposal submitted by Joe Alcock/McMillian Pazdan Smith Architecture calls for 154 multi-family residential units, 21 single bedroom, two-family residential row house units, 21 three bedroom, two-family row house units, 104 single-family townhouse units and commercial space. All units are to be rentals with the monthly rental rate estimated to be between $799 and $2,199.
The property will feature resident amenities such as a playground, a dog park, club house, pool and greenspace, including lawn bowling.
As with the development by NGI Acquisitions LLC, the developer of this property will pay to construct a portion of the Sugar Hill Greenway and road improvements on State Route 20, which will be the primary entrance to the development. The secondary entrance will be located on Hillcrest Drive.
Both developments asked to be a part of the Town Center Overlay and Central Business District, which allows for a higher density development.
All of the units within both properties will have natural gas connections with the residential units required to have at least three natural gas appliances.
A timeline of construction and completion dates was not provided.